College recruiting activities for senior year for every student athlete will be focused primarily on applications, visits, and financial aid. But what else you do will depend on how much recruiting attention you have received. If you now have a group of schools that you’re interested in and that are expressing interest back, you can move on to the next set of activities. But if you don’t, you will need to cycle back to the steps mentioned in my articles about junior year and tactics for contacting coaches. The majority of Division I scholarship spots are filled at this point even if the letters of intent haven’t actually been signed. Despite this, there are plenty of schools that will still need athletes to fill their rosters in partial and non-scholarship spots.Here are five steps that need to happen during the first part of senior year:1. Get your college applications in, the earlier the better. Make sure you know the application deadlines as there are some variations but the majority of applications need to be in by January 15 or February 1. You shouldn’t wait this long if you can avoid it. Many schools offer rolling admissions which means that applications… Read full this story
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